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Analysis of the Georgian-Russian Conflict in 2008

of: Nikolas Eristavi

GRIN Publishing, 2011

ISBN: 9783640948154 , 6 Pages

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Analysis of the Georgian-Russian Conflict in 2008


 

Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Russia, grade: 90, University of Santa Fe, course: Introduction to International Politics, language: English, abstract: There is never a single cause for war; it is a consequence of the amalgamation of people, leaders, organizations, agencies, political bodies, coalitions, and diplomatic relations that drive the international system into conflict. Nevertheless, how does a conflict as isolated as the 2008 Georgian war with Russia reverberate through the grand globe. To inspect the global level of analysis in terms of international relations, the individual, interstate and domestic levels must be accounted for to break down the onset and aftermath of war in the territories and overall impact on world trends. The 2008 conflict between the Republic of Georgia and the Russian Federation that began on the opening day of the Beijing Olympics is an interesting case where heads of state, political organizations and dwindling diplomatic negotiations can suddenly erupt into a bloody conflict that will shake the international system.